World Journal of
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Dr. Freidoon Zibaei*


Objective: Obtaining the necessary freshwater to carry out the green movement to cope with the global warming phenomenon. Method: It is conducted based on the field observations and a study on the climatic and ecological conditions (ecosystems) in different regions as well as a study on the history of ecosystem in different regions of the world over time. Results: The results indicated how to get a solution for obtaining the necessary freshwater to carry out the green movement in order to cope with the global warming phenomenon. Conclusion: In the present project, the research findings increased the humidity degree of environment in land areas using the advantages of hot deserts and led the amounts of rainfalls from seas and oceans towards the land areas. We provided conditions under which the rain clouds were forced to cause rain according to the direction of wing prevailing in different regions of the world (usually from West to East). We studied the track and movement of pluvial clouds with the transfer of pumping the sea water through the special tubes in very hot and dry deserts and land areas over the year (in special ponds, at the beginning of the interference place of Monsoon winds' path and movement of clouds in hot and dry deserts) according to the benefits of hot and dry deserts; hence, the plan was named the "rain trap”. Two advantages of hot and dry deserts are used in this plan: 1. Transferred water quickly evaporated at days when the air is hot and burning. In addition, the intense radiation of sunlight also increased the moisture percentage, the excitation of electrons, charge and degrees of material ionization in the environment. 2. Cold desert nights were effective in consolidation and maintenance of produced moisture in the environment and increased the amount of environmental charge in the next day. It was very cold at night, the water vapor generated dew the ground and it evaporated again with intense sunlight at the next day; and moisture percentage and ionization of materials increased in the environment. Water vapor or clouds, which were risen from the surfaces of oceans and seas, were first expanded more in the volume in terms of height, and then in the volume in terms of length at high altitude. Obviously, its reason was the huge volume of producer source of water vapor in seas and oceans. However, the generated water vapor in the rain trap plan was first expanded in the volume in terms of length because of heavier density of produced water vapor than the environment. Since the moisture or water vapor was not in the environment or its percentage was very low, these water vapors became thicker and more compact to be as much as possible at higher height due to cold altitudes of atmosphere. This issue would cause friction between its particles and create static electricity or charge in created mass. The created charge or the available static electricity in generated water vapor increased at further heights. This charge along with available charge in clouds passing from the space of regions created the reaction and charge-discharge in the forms of thunder which caused the rainfall.[1]

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